Some articles just beckon for a rage-share.
8 Fathers Share How Roe V. Wade Has Shaped Their Lives written by Danielle Campoamor for Today.com.
As you would expect from abortion agitprop, there are no voices from fathers who regret an abortion.
Before Father’s Day, TODAY Parents spoke to eight dads who responded to a call-out on social media asking fathers to share how abortion shaped their lives. The men were given permission from their current partners to disclose their abortions and other personal medical information. Their last names have been withheld to protect their families’ privacy, and their comments have been edited for brevity and clarity.
All of the dads, surprisingly, who responded were men and the previous-“pregnant people” in their lives. They slip up at times in the article and mention “moms.”
This article was packed with blasé-evil. A celebration of men happy they had their child killed and how everything worked out and how they would go on to be also dad’s children they allowed to live.
I can easily imagine an interview with Canaanite fathers after a sacrifice to Moloch. “Moloch really gets results as my life is great now after boiling my child alive in a bronze statue!”
Here are some examples of the logic of blasé-evil.
“I wouldn’t be a father without abortion.”
He goes on to say:
“I consider my role as a man and a father to put a dude out into the world that knows abortion is normal;
Such high aspirations.
Another man writes:
“My wife made the decision to terminate. It wasn’t unilateral, but she had my full support.
I remember when words use to have meanings.
There is just so much confusion in this article. One man describes the sadness of a child who died in the second trimester. Apparently, he thought that without legal access to abortion no medical procedure could be performed to remove the dead child. Later after they had two children, a third was terminated.
Another man also describes a miscarriage thinking his wife would be forced to bring it to term.
Overall the message of the articles is that children are great if they come at the exact time you want and you are open to children in the first place. If you confer on them the magical property of “wantedness.” These were “difficult” decisions but allowed for crafting a better family.
The only positive aspect to this article was the replies, which were not sold on the premise. TODAY on Twitter: “Eight dads opened up about how abortion has helped them become the fathers they are today. https://t.co/AJLRtyfZWx” / Twitter
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